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Hell's Fire: A Documentary History of the American Atomic and Thermonuclear Weapons Projects, from Hiroshima to the Cold War and Th
A history of nuclear weapons, from the Manhattan Project which built the atomic bombs, to the "Mike" test which paved the way for the hydrogen bomb, to the "war on terror" which seeks an entire new generation of "earth-penetrating" nuclear bombs. From offocial histories and declassified reports.
Paperback, 448 pages
Published March 3rd 2008 by Red and Black Publishers
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An okay book. No derision toward Lenny Flank; he just assembled multiple previous reports and studies into one volume. Many of those reports I have read before, from other sources. So have little good or bad to say about it. An interesting read, if you have never read the reports before- but no plot or drama or page-turner Qualities, either.